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Hardware market “does remain a focus” says BlackBerry enterprise chief

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Passport “will not be for everyone”, but company continues to work on new devices, says Sims
29 Jul 2014

What are the most sought-after cyber security skills?

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QA Training's Cyber Security Director Greg Newton-Ingham explains which skills are at the top of businesses' wish lists
29 Jul 2014

ICO warns companies over big data initiatives

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Organisations cannot ignore data protection laws in their big data projects
28 Jul 2014

Lenovo unveils Google Glass competitor in Internet of Things push

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Chinese manufacturer is also looking for hardware partners to make new products
28 Jul 2014

National roaming for mobile: where to turn?

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Is the government being serious about a national roaming plan that has left mobile networks flabbergasted? Sooraj Shah finds out
28 Jul 2014

Executives don't think CIOs help accelerate business progress, says Forrester report

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Forrester research suggests a lack of respect for the work of IT from other departments
29 Jul 2014

Computing research: Routes to mobility

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John Leonard examines Computing research that illuminates the challenges and options enterprise face when designing mobile apps for a business audience
29 Jul 2014

Free Windows?

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What are the chances of Microsoft giving away its operating system – and even some of its most popular applications – for free? Peter Gothard asked some Redmond-watchers for their thoughts
28 Jul 2014

Engineering a new infrastructure: an interview with Balfour Beatty CIO Danny Reeves

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Balfour Beatty CIO Danny Reeves describes how the company has moved away from a 'closed-shop’ approach to IT and is now modernising its infrastructure in partnership with key suppliers
28 Jul 2014

Government ‘loses £700m legal battle with Fujitsu’ over failed NHS IT project

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2008 sacking from NPfIT could leave NHS with biggest payout in its 60-year history
28 Jul 2014
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PernixData FVP virtualization software takes SEGA’s storage to the next level

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SEGA Networks adopts PernixData FVP software to optimise gaming service platform
28 Jul 2014

HP invests £30m into Hortonworks to strengthen partnership

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HP and Hortonworks to integrate technologies, and HP CTO Martin Fink will join Hortonworks' board
28 Jul 2014

Legal issues behind technology mergers & acquisitions

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Jonathan Snade of Thomas Eggar LLP explains what the legal issues are for buyers and sellers in an increasingly competitive market
28 Jul 2014

Contactless bank cards to be accepted on tube network

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TfL says cards will be accepted on Underground, Overground and DLR services from September 16
25 Jul 2014

'Man up': What should women in IT really be fighting for?

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Peter Gothard talks to CEO of Anam Technologies, Louise O' Sullivan, about an issue that constantly fills Computing's PR inbox with tropes and conjectures that seem increasingly meaningless to both genders.
25 Jul 2014

British Gas rolls out 1,200 ruggedised Windows 8 tablets to field engineers

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Should speed along smart meters to all homes by 2020, says BG
25 Jul 2014

Fears of Amazon overstretch as shares slide

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Amazon posts losses despite record revenues as a result of massive investment programme
25 Jul 2014

Francis Maude: 'If it can be done online, it should only be done online'

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Cabinet Office Minister says online public services should be the only option in order to improve efficiency and save money
24 Jul 2014

Backbytes: Russia offers FOUR MILLION RUBLES to unravel Tor

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Russia's interior ministry offers to make ruble millionaires out of anyone who can crack Tor
28 Jul 2014

Apple can extract personal data from iPhones without user's knowledge

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Security researcher reveals practice previously unknown to the public that allows Apple to extract information including texts, photos and contact lists from iPhones
28 Jul 2014

Campaigners angered by reports that Oracle's in-memory database feature is switched on by default

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Auto-enrollment must stop, says Mark Flynn of Campaign for Clear Licensing on reports that users may pay $23,000 for a feature they never use
25 Jul 2014

M&S to replace CIO Darrell Stein with Tesco’s Carl Dawson

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Carl Dawson has been CIO for Tesco internet retailing, Shop Direct and Thomas Cook
25 Jul 2014

Hampshire County Council selects Capita for school data-sharing system

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System aimed at enabling authorised staff to get a better picture of a pupil's circumstances
25 Jul 2014

OpenText cures NHS Trust’s case file woes

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Royal Free London’s director of information management and technology, Will Smart, tells Danny Palmer how switching to digital case notes is improving patient care
25 Jul 2014

MoJ employees go on strike over sensitive data sell-off as job losses loom

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PCS union claims that IT services firm Steria is being 'rewarded for failure'
24 Jul 2014

European Central Bank hacked and blackmailed in website attack

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Web-facing events database downloaded by hackers - 'no market sensitive information' stolen, claims ECB
24 Jul 2014